The Kindly Berry

“…the winter is kind and leaves red berries on the boughs for hungry sparrows…”

~ John Geddes

7 thoughts on “The Kindly Berry

    • Years ago I read one of Henry David Thoreau’s Journals at the same time I was working through Emily Dickensen, that adjusted my view of the world around me into a more grateful, observant, in the moment place. Throw in Annie Dillard’s Pilgrim at Tinker’s Creek and you’ll see how I got out of control when faced with Autumnal treasures.
      Beautiful riches, priceless, and they fall off the trees.

      • Yes, good observation.

        Excuse my frivolit but:-
        I have fallen out of trees. Reading your perspective makes all the bruises more acceptable. 😀

        Note to self: Fall of tree into large Guinness cake. 😀

        Douglas Adas: Learning to Flys – Throw self at ground and miss.

        Have a nice autumn day. 🙂

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